Tyler Sage lives in Los Angeles and works in the film industry. You can find his other work at tylersage.substack.com. His novel "The Committers" is available on Amazon.
45 Years Ago: ‘The Love Boat’ Perfects Escapist TV
Aaron Spelling's hit show proved the theory that most people watch TV to get away from real life.
45 Years Ago: ‘CHiPs’ Bridges the Gap Between ’70s and ’80s TV
Show's action-comedy formula proved to be deeply influential.
Why the Big Mac’s Origins Remain a Sesame-Seeded Mystery
There's some question about its birthday. Actually, there are questions about a lot of things with this sandwich.
45 Years Ago: ‘The Deep’ Almost Bellyflops
Film turned a profit thanks to a major marketing campaign, but its near-fatal mediocrity is clear in retrospect.
10 Reasons to Celebrate ‘Halloween: Resurrection’
Often reviled by fans as the worst in the franchise, the film is actually a lot of fun.
40 Years Ago: Appearance in ‘Tron’ Solidifies Pac-Man’s Celebrity
Brief film appearance marked first of iconic game character's numerous pop-ups in popular culture.
‘Revenge of the Nerds’ Movies Ranked
Franchise coincided with the ascent of nerd culture in real life.
35 Years Ago: The ‘Nerds’ Franchise Starts To Spiral With ‘II’
What was once a sly statement of anti-mainstream sentiment had already been co-opted.
35 Years Ago: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman Return
The made-for-TV movie rebooted two '70s characters and paved the way for a continuing franchise.
40 Years Ago: ‘The Incredible Hulk’ Ends Its TV Run
The show helped introduce an adult sensibility to the superhero film and TV genre.
20 Genre-Busting Films From Kurt Russell
A look back at his best, craziest and most memorable movies.
40 Years Ago: ‘Police Squad!’ Valiantly Tries to Change Comedy TV
The show was canceled after only six episodes because audiences weren't ready for its kind of humor.